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Maintain consistency in your bibliographic records by consolidating similar terms.
Survey the items and materials you have in stock.
Manage site records for each school in your Centralized Catalog.
Track and manage your routing lists, which are used to circulate items to particular patrons.
Track and manage your periodicals.
Allow patrons to check items in or out by themselves.
Track how many patrons are visiting your library and for what reasons.
Manage your school's textbooks.
Configure your main Data Station. These are advanced settings intended for network administrators and IT departments.
Customize a variety of templates to get lists, labels, and notices.
Add, remove, or modify large amounts of information in your database at once.
Create a copy of your library's information to use in other software applications.
Add MARC records, patron information, pictures, and more to your library from outside sources.
Create virtual boards where you can post library, school, or club information for patrons.
Customize the icons and links on your Researcher and Explore panes.
Approve or reject item reviews submitted by patrons.
Add library maps based on call number to help patrons find items.